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Academy recognises Tanunda DJ

In his first year as a member of the Australian Bridal Industry Academy (ABIA), Tanunda based DJ, Mr KJ Mibus has been named

Make sure you aren’t a victim this snake season

Warm weather has lead to an increase in snake activity and local snake catchers are once again pushing the message of snake prevention

Stolen chicks die

Police are looking for more than one person who stole more than 300, two week old chicks from Nuriootpa High School on Sunday

Positive attitude towards a busy life

While most of us are still in bed, Dave Whitehead is under the stars, beginning his morning exercise routine.

The Angaston resident fits

Success still $30,000 away for Cambrai Area School

Cambrai Area School is on the verge of completing a decade-long project, with one last hurdle standing in the way of success.


Barossa Vintage Festival review

Key stakeholders are looking at the future of the Barossa Vintage Festival after the long standing event recorded a loss of more than

Help sought to identify photograph

Mrs Margaret Kuhl (nee Roesler) of Angaston dropped this photograph to The Leader last week and was wondering who some of the people

Venning regrets speeding admission

Schubert MP, Mr Ivan Venning has admitted he travels over the speed limit to keep himself awake and now regrets making the comment

“Wine state” push

Wine icon, Mr Wolf Blass has called for South Australia to be known as the “wine state” and encouraged Barossa wineries to better

Mid Murray council excludes residents

Residents were ordered to leave a Mid Murray Council meeting last Wednesday while developers pitched a proposal for a large wind farm near